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(2011) Uriah Heep – Into the Wild: Anniversary Special

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Ever since my childhood, I've been blessed by my father's taste in music. Whenever we would drive somewhere, he would oftentimes pick the music...

(2011) KYPCK – Ниже (Lower): Anniversary Special

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KYPCK (pronounced as “kursk”) is a Finnish doom metal band founded in 2007, named after a town in Russia, mostly known for a tank...

(1981) Iron Maiden – Killers: Anniversary Special

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Fresh on the scene with their landmark self-titled debut in April 1980, newcomers IRON MAIDEN were already ready and willing to make sure the...

(2011) Ajattara – Murhat: Anniversary Special

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AJATTARA, founded in the mid '90s in Helsinki is, in my opinion, one of the most innovative bands in the Finnish black metal scene:...

(2000) Deftones – White Pony: Anniversary Special

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Twenty years ago, the mainstream metal climate favored somewhat peculiar vegetation with nu-metal being the buzzword of the day. While some of the genre's...

(2000) Linkin Park – Hybrid Theory: Anniversary Special

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There is no album, in recent times, that is more influential but also more polarizing than LINKIN PARK’s classic “Hybrid Theory” (2000). Love it...

(2000) Nevermore – Dead Heart in a Dead World: Anniversary Special

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With their roots in Seattle, the city of grunge, NEVERMORE was founded when the thrash/power metal act SANCTUARY was pressured by its record label...

(1970) Black Sabbath – Paranoid: Anniversary Special

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If the Earth didn't rumble when British heavy metal forefathers BLACK SABBATH released their debut effort, "Black Sabbath," it surely did when their sophomore...

(1990) Judas Priest – Painkiller: Anniversary special

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In September 1990, legendary heavy metal singer Rob Halford took "going out with a bang" seriously by releasing "Painkiller" with JUDAS PRIEST. The album...

(1980) Yes – Drama: Anniversary Special

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With a significant lineup change - singer Jon Anderson and keyboardist Rick Wakeman leaving the band and THE BUGGLES' very own vocalist Trevor Horn...